One day you’ll get into your DB9 and just after “Power Beauty Soul” you’ll be greeted with “Time for Regular Service”. The DB9 has a scheduled maintenance due every 1 year or 10,000 miles (whichever comes first). I don’t know exactly how it keeps track of the time (maybe via the GPS providing it the date), but mine recently went off on what was nearly the exact anniversary date from the previous year (I had only driven about 5,000 miles in the 12 months, so it wasn’t the miles driven that tripped it).
As readers of this Blog are aware, I try to do most of this kind of work myself, and in fact I have a complete collection of the 1 year and 2 year service steps posted (check them out). When this indicator went off, I had already completed my 1 year service regime about a month earlier. Time to figure out how to turn it off. Continue reading “Resetting the Time for Regular Service Warning on an Aston Martin DB9”